Great idea! Where can we do this in Toronto?
Jonathan Fertig, a Boston resident and bike commuter, created a functioning protected bike lane one one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the … [Read more...]
For many of us, fixing and maintaining our bicycle only ever gets as complicated as dropping it off at the shop and picking it up when it’s ready. There is no shame in not having the time, skills, or … [Read more...]
Let’s face it, kids are fickle creatures. One minute they’re over the moon about a new toy or a game, and the next minute the toy is left collecting dust in the corner while they’re off chasing down … [Read more...]
Great piece from Momentum. My wife had a tough pregnancy, and didn't bike near as much as she wished she could. If you are looking for how to do it, this is a great resource.
Congrats! You’re newly … [Read more...]
Chatelaine magazine responds to a certain troll columnist's recent article about women not biking because of they're afraid of sweating.
Which is complete crap, of course. Not only does biking not … [Read more...]
Yes, you can move that
A chest of drawers? No problem. A laundry bag the size and shape of a dead walrus? Easy. A compost bin filled with decaying vegetables and black slop? Sure thing, … [Read more...]
I’ll be honest, and I hate to admit this, but I used to be that person that perpetually ran five minutes late—to everything. I’d do my best to be timely, but in many circumstances, I just couldn’t … [Read more...]
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Bike Works wants you to get riding! Learn to ride a bike at your own pace and in a safe and encouraging environment. Our … [Read more...]
For cyclists injured in an accident, navigating the legal system can be as hard as biking through downtown Toronto during rush hour, says lawyer Patrick Brown.
“The system can be very complicated … [Read more...]
Is it safe to cycle in a large city like Toronto?
In her new book The Urban Cycling Survival Guide, Toronto cycling advocate Yvonne Bambrick attempts to address the "fear factor" that riders new to … [Read more...]
It may not feel like it, but we are making slow, steady progress in the growth and improvement of our cycling infrastructure. While the meaningful integration of bikes into all aspects of city … [Read more...]